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19 days ago
gulsbo
In the orthodox accounts of AE history and religion, Osiris was the son of the sun-god manifested on earth where he was fed with yellow cakes which enabled him to transform into ethereal sunlight. How do you rationalise that? Monoaromic gold as Laurence Gardner suggested?
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 days ago
gulsbo
John Anthony West said that The Egyptian knowkedge about Life after death was transponded into Christianity, but the SCIENCE were lost on its way.
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
gulsbo
In the same TV program, the frenchman showed how he planned obelisk. With hard stone and abrasives. On a square, app. 30x 30cm. I can assure you, The obelisk would be wavy that way. Smooth, may be....but wavy. An there were also other disastrous claims on the program. I am really surprised that such programs are funded.
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
gulsbo
Agree. No relevant question.
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
gulsbo
Is the question relevant? Then in what way?
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
gulsbo
I saw ‘Secrets of Egypt’, or something like that on TV short time ago. They were showing how pyramids were build. A pore French ‘ stonemason’ were alibi. First he showd that copper were used as tool, but not on obelisk, because they were of granit. Then he “proved" it was possible to work limestone with copper drills. I am afraid he "forgot" the obelisk. And what about the remainin
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
gulsbo
Very interesting indeed...!
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
gulsbo
...»One man can tell a thousand who each tell a thousand more. When writing was invented it could have been written down and preserved forever." The mythology, as we call it, is loaded with "remembering”. However, experts call it primitive peoples answers to things they did not understand. Anthony Roberts concluded; myths is like time capsules. They preserve their content through t
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
gulsbo
Enlighten me...!
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
gulsbo
I thought this question was well answered by G. Hancock? That about 12000 yers ago, man was almost obliterated. Those few surviving, had probably full time catching food. The stoneage started, and stonemen forgot... during at least the 6000 years until the sumerians got their head above water.
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
gulsbo
Did The video show how to cut granite slabs, like Andean basalt, with copper saw..?
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
gulsbo
You too..? God forgive me.....
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
gulsbo
The sawmarks proof it is not copperblade.
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
gulsbo
As Chris Dunn has shown without doubt; all over Egypt there is traces of a lost technology. This has been debated over and over again... why do you fret frequently on a dead horse?
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
gulsbo
A lie does not become true, regardless how many times it is repeated. The saw marks are definitely NOT from the silly copper saw.
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
gulsbo
Nobody reject copper production. Merrell claim they needed copper for stonework at Gizeh. That is The nonsens. Tell me why someone even thought of, using copper for customising Granite? Like in the oxen sarcophagus in Saqqara. Relieving chambers. Osiris Temple. Stonework is ONE aspect. Handling 80 tons Customized granitslabs high up 51 deg. is another. There is NO logic in believing ancient E
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
gulsbo
..."Archaeological evidence shows that copper was mined in southwestern Sinai, and transported to Giza because it was needed during the construction of the pyramids - for instance, in copper slabbing saws.".... Nonsens.
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
gulsbo
This copperworking tools has been debate her for decades. Everyone that has a little bit of experience with stoneworking knows it is ridiculous to believe copper tools were the tools to build the pyramids. Christopher Dunn has proven beyond doubt that “all over Egypt there are signs of a lost technology" No need for extending this debate.
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
gulsbo
Yes. Problems with silly explaining-away-“experiments".
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
gulsbo
Please... dont come up with these silly "experiments".
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
gulsbo
I do not understand what this means...?
Forum: Misc.
3 months ago
gulsbo
I agree. It is UNBELIVABLE that orthodox Egyptology even can THINK that AE could work granit slabs with that time tech. It is sad to think how these people obstruct our understanding of our common past.
Forum: Mysteries
7 months ago
gulsbo
Hello Sitchin is controversial. IS his translations reliably, or nor OR is he as reliable as anyone?
Forum: Author of the Month
7 months ago
gulsbo
The Angel Gabriel came to Maria....and so forth. So Jesus had a Heavenly Father and a Wordly Mother. He was a hybrid. Today we call it artificial insemination.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
8 months ago
gulsbo
Hello all. Can somone explain to me: In the Rendelsham forest experiens, Colonel Halt has given a memorandum about the lights that he saw. However, Penniston saw and put hands on a Craft. (UFO) Why is not this described in the Halt Memo?
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
8 months ago
gulsbo
Hello all. Can somone explain to me: In the Rendelsham forest experiens, Colonel Halt has given a memorandum about the lights that he saw. However, Penniston saw and put hands on a creft (UFO) Why is not this described in the Halt Memo?
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
8 months ago
gulsbo
..."So Creighton never treats a change of mind as a failing? ".... I hope not. A change of mind is a resultat of a recognition that there is always new information to consider. Mainstream, not at least in Egyptology, often want to contain knowledge for their own, brushing new knowledge under the rog, obviously to preserve their own status.
Forum: Mysteries
8 months ago
gulsbo
..."Yes, I am sure you are entirely incurious on whether or not Creighton has said one thing to one audience and something else to another."... Which indicate a true scientific mind, in contradiction to those who keep grinding about their, once and for all- "truth". The everlasting, non-discussionable truth. Scott is in other words open to new information, and to share, w
Forum: Mysteries
8 months ago
gulsbo
Scott... have you read ‘Cataclysem’ by Allan and Delair? This book was called ‘The day Earth nearly Died’ (from memory) when it first came out. They explain the 12 000 catastrophic event as a celestial body coming into our solar system. This body was so large that it affected the orbit of other planets, and caused the Earth axis to tilt some degrees. That event was probably foreseen. Noa was
Forum: Mysteries
8 months ago
gulsbo
Thank you! Not what I hoped for though... Hawas hasn’t been looking inside yet...?
Forum: Mysteries
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